Blackwood distillery was a Scottish distiller founded in July 2002 with the aim of building Shetland's first Scotch whiskydistillery run by Caroline Whitfield. Products included Muckle Flugga whisky, Jago’s cream liqueur and Blackwoods gin and vodka. In May 2008, the company went into administration, but a new company, Catfirth Ltd, was established to continue the whisky business and took over the remaining stocks of whisky. The stocks of the vodka and gin brands were sold to a company called Blavod Extreme Spirits. In 2013, word of further funding came through, with a promise that a distillery will open soon after but by 2015 that had not happened.
Unless Blackwood distillery is ever operational again, Highland Park in Orkney is the most northerly distillery in Scotland although Shetland Distillery Company, a whisky blending and bottling company was set up in Unst in 2014.